Those who have devoted themselves to essay writing know how difficult it can be sometimes to choose the correct style of expressing the thoughts. Depending on topic and the main aim of an essay it can be written in a narrative, descriptive style or, for example, a discussion. Every style demands following its own rules of composing, such as manner, vocabulary, literary devices and so on. Each of the rules seems simple at first sight, but using them all in harmony can create needed atmosphere of an essay, and as a result a reader will easily apprehend everything what the author wanted to give him.
To learn main rules how to write such kind of essay as narrative, one needs first to understand what kind of essay this is. Well, a narrative essay is a story. This can be a made-up story, a usual occurrence from someone’s life, not only the author’s; anyway every narrative story is based on personal experience, and this is something important to remember. Like every story that is connected with events a narrative essay must have a plot. Any qualitative plot includes its start, climax and ending; they have to be dynamical and intriguing, but not too swift. Let readers taste every moment of it. There is no situation without lesson learned; a couple of last sentences must be devoted to the main idea (the point) or the attitude of characters to the situation.
Nowadays, lots of books and Internet sites give us help and detail advices how to write of different types. We can look though examples, choose interesting topics and develop our writing skills in front of monitors. Three things are never to forget in a narrative essay: 1) knowing the subject; 2) a plot with some point; 3) concentrating of dynamism of a story. If try, everything will go wonderful one day.